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January 29th, 2004

Three New Patents Awarded for NanoBio

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NanoBio® Corporation announced that the University of Michigan has been awarded patent # 6,506,803, "Method of Preventing and Treating Microbial Infections." Patents # 6,559,189 and 6,635,676, both titled "Non-toxic Antimicrobial Compositions and Methods of Use," have also been granted. These patents, related international patents, and other University nanoemulsion inventions and patent applications, are licensed to NanoBio® Corporation on an exclusive, worldwide basis.

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